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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 November 1931

TUK5UAY MOHNlNCi. NOVKMU&R 24, 19.U. ~ AjklDYuntie \VA$J BY HARRIET HENRY "* l'AMi'A MORMM'(j i O.S'l' PAGE FIVf BYS'OPBIS: Eurii>e ... , VmU'fl Mtiii, liotii. :■/ 1 ilianoe of voi 'l"'it)i in 'i nor viroiUHiidf. n/(if vttir nf muiuh failure in A'ew I'oifc vn ptr, u'/io ilu not fciiuw hir ljultl, tin vivacious luililtH. man ri;hnse ftnue from the el/-cuii«rioiisnta.i that fit* 'l" tloriH. Iltr matin r has been successful hrr.nl/, unit uriiciltlv ulshes Venire hi f.r rif- (rnelu-i. U'ScuurapeU bit V'tnicc't pui'iul flatness, alio wotwuca t<> 11 n (p launch hiI in /'a,iu. Veil lea lias met a mini u itli tehnm sin rail be natural—Drake Farrrlhi. Aihr waitlist/ lor him to mill her, ulir. receives a phone call hum him uti the illllht she in ttrillnti. Ih in. elyls upon coviinn In see. her tor a ahull time. When he arrives, Mr.t. Muir mokes sure iit Ida Inmllu bncftnrouwl. Rlie leans to iloea the bane, much lo I'ciilcc'c relief. MJ Chapter 13 CHERBOURG CAN se« why you crave s...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 November 1931

_ / Mi SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2S, 1931 PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1931. _ llomlnc Edition of the Pampa Dally Newt f THE PAMPA MORNING POST MEMBER OF THK ASSOCIATED PRESS-Full Leued Win gaMMyd mornings exMrt Sunday and Monday by (he Nunn-Wamn Publishing company, 322 West Foster, Pompa, Texas. DAVID M. WARREN R. B. (BOB) BRAS HEARS DUN E. HINKLE PHILIP a POND Oeneral Manager Buslnetis Manager Managing Editor ...Advertising Manager • Continued From Page li Ttw .Associated Press la exclusively entitled to the use tor publication •T all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. 411 rights for re- publication o( special dispatches herein also are reserved. Altered an second-claw matter October 1, 1930 at the post office at s. uwfe- *-i -* "—' - ■ ftampa, Texas, under the Act of March 3. lata. MILLIONAIRES WET PLATFORM OR NO DONATIONS Highway Work Is To Begin Shortly The bond oi H. Lott Coiu-truc- &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 November 1931

«9 GOOD MORNING—Certain investigating senators are likely to hint that what the Farm Board and its sponsors really need is the physical application of a farm "board" ^ THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; I Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. I > r PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle MORNING EDITION OF THE I'AMPA DAILY NEWS. VOL II. NO. 38. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1931 (6 Pn®es) PRICE FIVE CENTS 0 KLEBERG LEADING FOR CONGRESS TWC/OT&PGtTY ROBBER SON • ? < • # • • One cannct really appreciate the wonders of modern communi- cation until they are cut off. Do- ing without the leased wire of the Associated Press for two days and four papers is not something to lie desired. Couriers Needed In this Interval, news came by way of ward of mouth, radio, On... train, telegraph manj hours late, private wire of tin Southwestern Public Service company, and special courier, It is a freakish storm which te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 November 1931

■r PACE TWO PAMPA MORNIfn'Ci TOST WKDNMuDAV MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1931 r S3 Si & B s pa H t h. E f e | mm i y e e s § NC up R m at P ai R U ol S( g< it li P «• P< hi at T. T. SCHOFIELD BUILDERS of PAMPA The! progress and development of any city is the result of the en> ergy and effort of the business men and firms who make it up. The businesses listed on this page are permanent institutions and have contributed much to the upbuilding of Pampa. This page will appear in the News-Post once each week and will contain something new and interesting each time A study of its stories will give a new knowledge of the reasons for the individual successes. Help these merchants in their program. T. T. Schofield Is Helping Build a Better Pampa 'it-Id is energetic and alw ays eager to assist in community work. The es reflects his efforts for it is filled with a complete line of high United Store Was Opened in Pampa October 4* 1930 "We believe in the communities in which we operate," s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 November 1931

WEDNESpAV MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1931 PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREi REHEARSALS OF CHRISTMAS PAGEANT ARE BEING HELD BEAUTIFUL EIIENT III BE PRESENTED IN DECEMBER BY UNRUFFLED? y/r~ mrs. helen turner. r> ,, director, holding ! Panipa Group Home rehearsals From Chillicothe Mr. and Mrs Tom E. Rose. Mr and Mrs. Bonnie Rose, Hob Rose I Mrs. Bob Williams. Mrs. .). W. Rose. | and J. B. Rose have returned from Chilllcotlie, where tlicy attended vile j funeral Sunday of their relative, 'Mrs. E. J. Randall. They were >u- ' coinpunied by Mrs. C. H. Schulki y, who also attended the funeral and who visited her mother. Mrs. S H. Rehearsals are beiiiij held at regular intervals lor the Christmas pageant, Nathan, the Shepherd of Bethlehem, which is to be pre- sented in the new auditorium or the First Christian church at 7:SO p. m. Dec. 82. The event is to be presented un- der the sponsorship of the women's council of the church. Mrs. Helen Turner Is directing the production, Williams. and the f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 November 1931

1 fe E r E E ta- c I i I ' f* E & r u 1 2 B * f KC L as Rt m ar P* at R te of sc g< it li Pi n< P< hi ai 1 n I 1 * A W V & f u J HACK POUR PAMPA MORNlNGflpST WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1931 HARVESTERS OF 1932 WILL PLAY MOBEETIE HERE TODAY - - - - By Laufer I MITES TO from clash 0QACH AND GRADUATES WILL BE IN HORNET LINEUP tlu fame scheduled between ke Huirtittn atui' OorillM, eli- «t ptoy football In 1932, and MMWrtlt HorneU haa been. Cor 3:30 o'clock thin afternoon Harvester park Instead of 3 formerly announced, i Mobeette Hornets like a set up. but fan* i not come to conclusions as < |t Hornets will use Coach Locke, j eMtirry colic*?, and several fnduatcs and ineligible players ( In their lineup. 1 ,lThe additional strength is to give . Harvesters a real workout. • ch Odus Mltchcll failed to name starting lineup after a tough i Workout yesterday afternoon. In the | backfield in scrimmage was Joe 1 calling signals and playing i halfback. Claude Sullins was ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 November 1931

WFDNESDAY MOrNJMG. NOV"Mr-" 1P.1i TAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVE * UkX)Ytot&hc ft&ST BY HARRIET HENRY 1 SYNOPSIS: Vrnlrs ,1/nlr hope* i '.a ft I'll in Pari* the l;c In pnuit- laritp. Scleral tensmi* in ,\cic Yurie have left Her with a dismal tonsoioutnesa ot licr diffidence, hsr lack ol brltthl appeal. Mrs, Slulr han (lone her bent to preach the importance al uncial niece,in, ami all Venice's It/a .she hat Uiocd her dan/ihter tn tip to t>« itiracHv*. But Venire finds her• ttilf repeatedly a wall-Hotter. She hit on It/ found one mint, Drake yn.-rellu who appears interested lit her, and with whom the can he her (/rnii(il« spontaneous tcIt. Venleti /i lovely, with copper-col. ^ ored hair, slim pram, and n wist- ■ ful, heart-sliapcil tacc. Silte be.. ™ llaces that she could he popular, it Shi Only eoultl learn to toss |iaht conversation, and target her- self in a situation, ilrj. Mnir has hrnUffiil her lo Paris, tn plte her a tieiv start. Venice tears de- feat, hi it anticipate...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 November 1931

\> t % \ l kV \ \ \ \ \ \ v k > \ V'% \ v % | % % « %«*•«•• • \ * N % % )••••••« • • • * * « « « « « I « M t « I • I I I « I « • I « I I I fe £ 6 # e e - I * & f it > & E i- V. B ' ft1 f I ft, «■ ! S < 1 W 1 r #< PACE SIX ' Mora tut Kdltlon of tha pimpt Dally Nm THE PAMPA MORNING POST PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1931 ' MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS-Pull Leased WU« PuMlii d mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Wi Publishing company. 322 West roster, Pampa, Texas. 'arm FIGURES IN KENTUCKY MINE CASES .General Manager •Business Manager Editor anager Managing ..Advertising M to* Associated Pn gijgSrJnt Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication ipfttehes credited to or not otherwise credited in this MD«r and also the local news published herein. Ml right* for re* Dubiloauon ot special dispatcher herein also are reserved. Entered aa second-class matter October 1, 1830 at the post office at ramparTexas under the Act of M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 26 November 1931

* THE NEW PAMFA | Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. I > r PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle „ . MORNING EDITION OF THE ' PAMPA DAILY NEWS > r $ VOL. II, No. 39. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, CRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26. 1931." (FOUR PACES) PRICE FIVE CENTS INDIANS FOUND FROZEN TO DEATH NAVY LEAGUE ISSUES i NEW|DENUNCIATION OF HOOVER IE "TURKEY IN THE STRAW" CALLED FALSE HOOVER INVESTIGATORS SCORED FOR ERRORS THEY MADE PRE SIDENTJS FLAYED CLAIMS HE FAILED TO CARRY OUT PLEDGES IN PLATFORM 9 WASHINGTON, Nov. 25. <d'>— Instead of the apology demanded by President ! Hoover, the navy league tonight Issued a new de- nunciation at his naval policies and an assertion that no errors in Its figures on comparative nav- al strengths had been revealed. It attacked in vigorous language the report of the committee which Mr. Hoover appointed to weigh the truth of its previous assertions. Tills document, which had...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 26 November 1931

. *r * % *% r N '« PPVfl #-<«*♦«* %•• ...f y '! t. E r t E s j: E I ' E e pace two I * — I'AMi-A MOKN'NG [>U'rf THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26, 1931. REXT YEAR'S HARVESTERS WALLOP MOBEETIE 39 TO 0 > I 5C0AES40F 6T Mitchell is satisfied with showing of 1932 TEAM The IBiK Hat venter* defeated .1 of Mo beetle and Miami Pla;v" m BfiiiU-d hy tht Mobeetie coach at Harvester park yester- day afternoon S9 to 0. The sree,J and Kuld <lnd warriors didn't let the maroon hoy* get started. Wayne Kelley. playing ai the full- back position, woretf four of In* llarvexter touchdown*. Joe Kalu accounted f"r ,ine *core ani' "<r Stevens of the Gorilla* made the last counter. Jim Pool added three points after touchdown. The Harvesters made 12 flr.st down to five for the opposition. The Mobcetie couch, Welclon Loci:, ansiftcd hft team but failed to gel going. He was watched closely from the opening whistle. Owens, OS- borne. Rankin and Tnlley of the Miami Warriors assisted the maroon dud tca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 26 November 1931

> I THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26, 1931. I'AMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE MANY PAMPA TEACHERS LEAVE FOR AMARILLO TODAY BY HARRIET HENRY lAVYwMe ipastiOTHER I0CIL FOLK PLAN TO HEAR TALKS IN 10 THEY IK ESPECIALLY INTERESTED XYN0P8I8: For a lonp carefree xrtek, Venice Mulr has roamed about Paris, happy that her social failures (it .Veto Yorh are left he- hind her. Iter mother has brought her to I'uris to make a fresh start in the struggle for popularity. Mm. Mulr hat h<ul a secure rnlil, whioh prevents her from Inokimi up her frkiids, and i/lvis Vcnim freedom to be herself and do what the wants. Venice is fond vf readlutl ami anal in inn people. If it were not for lur mother's pos- ition for society, she would try tn write. On the boat she has met a Jtouno man. Johnny Maple, who promises to look her up in Paris. She meets a girl In tl,o hotel lounge, and they tall into conver- sation. The qlrl says that she is over alone, that she brol.e loose from her family because it is party ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 26 November 1931

+r i <* • \ V < \ >. . . «-* %%«•*•••%••*•••«•••••• • ••«•«* • •••••••••••I I ••••♦••♦•♦« «•• n ••♦••••*•• •• I • ttllllllll «••••«• >m<44 Wifaf $l\''- 'n *y L if*.. | f* f V * S r tj 6 !i :< 5' ?. •••?:• f' s r ■ I t f t E r e B i « ST K > « fAGK POUR PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 26. 1S91. y ■ Manioc MIUbb or the rimpi Daily Nm THE PAMPA MORNING POST I COLUMN- MIUBBt OV 1KB AAflOCIATHD PRBM-Full Leaaed Win Fubliehed momlnsa ticeal Sunday and Monday by tba Nunn-Warran IWttMnt fcompany. saTwwt Fcater, Pampa.Texaa, General Manager Bualnaaa Manager Managing Editor Advertising Manager DAVID M. WARRtW R 8. (BOB) BHASOBARB. OLIN E. HINKLE PHILIP R. POHD The Aaaoctatad Piw b of aU news diapagtiM paper and alaottaa to publication Entered — Pampa, Tesas. Is ewlusively entitled to the use for publication not otherwise credited In thto _ credited to or .— local news published herein. All rights for r - n of special dispatches hereto also are reeerwd. ed aa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 November 1931

GOOD MORNING-Wind is what the Harvesters must now fiaht—a Sandstorm, a Westerner, the "wind" of admirers and enemies; only fight, fitness knocks the "df out of wind. THE NEW PAlfPA Fastest Growing City in Texts; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. I PAMPA MORNING POS r Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle MORNING EDITION OF THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS r VOL. II, No. 40. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, CRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27, 193L (6 Panes) PRICE FIVE CENT! PAMPA PLAYS LUBBOCK MONDAY SEARCH FOR STARVING, FREEZING INDIANS CONTINUES JMN RUSHiNG TROOPS TO NEW FIGHTING SECTOR IN CHINA JAPS REPORT Teachers Flay False Economy vi i ITALIANS AT TIENTSIN RETURN CHINESE SHELLING TOKYO GREATLY STIRRED CLAIM CHINESE BEGAN BOMBARDMENT ON CONCESSIONS F The -way of the favorites in sports Ik beset with hard lurk— AMARILLO, Nov. 26. t/l'i—Two natl< twlly Known speakers '.told Iruchtrs attending the Texas Slate Touchers association con- vention here today that false economy brought ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 November 1931

I *< o. 0 V V*V*V"w ' %*% PAGE TWO PAMPA MORNING POST > * - i" . _ i fe E r e i c ! ♦>« Ifornlnff edition of tlw fNunp* Daily Nm THE PAMPA MORNING POST i aoaasst or Thb associated press-puu uutd win ♦nWinwa morning* except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-WarrWJ Publishing company. 322 West Foster, Pampu, Texas. General Manage { _ Bu lne«i Manager OLIN E. HJNKUS Managing Mltor ■ PHILIP R. pond Advertising Manager uted Prf*"- la «elu lv®ly entitled to tha uae for publication ■ «B ten (Hapa^chct credited to or not otherwiae credited in thto r and also the local news published herein. All rights for re- ication or spccial dispatcher herein also are reserved. _ " erod ar •econd-claw matter October 1. 1M0 at the past (4tloe at Terns unflpr the Act of March SI. 1811, OftVtD M. WARREN R. •. (BOB) BBA8HEARB SEiieatioi] ■Btero Am*. Tf glinsmfTION KATES By Currier In Pumps SUBSCRIPTION to the PAMPA MOUNINO POST In Combination PAMPA daily news. Morning, Evening and Sunday. One Month (New...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 November 1931

FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST FACE THREi Classified Advertising Rates. Information All Want Ads are strictly cash •nd aru accepted over the phone with the positive understanding Uttt the account Is to be paid •lien our collector calls. PHONE YOliK WANT AO TO 666 or 667 Our courteous ad-taker will receive your Want Ad, helping you word it. All Ads for "Situation Want- ed," "Lost and Found" are cash with order and will not be ac- copied over telephone. Out-of-Town advertising, cash with order. The News-Post reserves the right to clasblfy all Want Ads under appropriate headings and to revise or withhold from pub- lication any copy deemed ob- jectionable. Notice of any error must be given in time for correction be- fore second insertion. In ca.se of any error or an omission in advertising of any nature The News-Post shall not be held liable for damages fur- ther than the amount received for such adveuising. NEWS-POST LOCAL RATE CARD EFFEC- TIVE MAY 1. Classified ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 November 1931

* * * 11 l .!. V fe E r e e I * jj I > J MQirOUR PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27, 1981. < LONGHORNS SUCCIMB TO KLYIE HELD JINX M 7-S TUT mTais WINNING TOUCHDOWN >, IS SCORED 3Y SPEEDY DOMINGUE COLLEOE STATION, Nov. 26. VPi "Frenchy" Domingue, a maroon clad youngster who learned his high Mhool football at Port Arthur and W>o Is showing his college wares at Ttxas A. and M., went on a wild running stampede here today to boat the University of Texas 7-6. It wps the 3>th annual game between the two schools and never was his- toric Kyle field housed a more su- perb offensive contest which left an Mtlmated crowd of 20,000 more ex- hausted from excitement. This Domingue boy. whose first name Is Clifford and who started Die current season like a whirlwind but faded down to a tame breeze, pulled the old comeback act this afternoon to lead his A. and M. mates on a 60-yard drive that term- inated with Domingue carrying the Mil three yards for a touchdown, lie then ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 November 1931

FRIDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 27, 1931. TAMPA MOKNINt. I PAiiE HV1 THANKSGIVING OCCASIONS MUCH COMING AND GOING f LPAST BY,, HARRIET HENRY " SYNOI'MB: Venice Muir hopes to Juul the talisman of social mic- ros in Paris. She has sprnt most of rr time in New fork watch- ing the popularity of other yiiltt. Klnce childhood her mother lias told Venice always to be attrac- tive. to smile untl talk Irriphtly ot alt times. But Venice has been hampered few dlUdcnco and a shy ipnorance ot the tricks 0/ infla- tion. in despair her mother takes her to Paris, in the hope that ne 10 .tccihs and new people uiil nive her confidence. White Urs. Muir is confined to her room with a severe cold. Venice wanders about the city. She yoes to ZeIll's to donee with Johnny Maple, a tiny whom she met on the hnnt. Hit. turnliip, she finds a light in her mother's room. Doctor llnwks blocks licr way, suyiny that her mother Is worse. Chapter 16 DYED DRES8E6 J^ET ine go to her," Venice cried tensely, pushing at his chest ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 November 1931

« « I I M • §">• % • • < '•"■ft'ii i Vi-fri i • 114 44 i i il 44 4 i k ^ 1111 < t11 ^ * 1t * V \ \ \ \ 1 \ 11 \ \ \ 11 % ^ % % 11 \ X X • X t * • • • 111««•«t «••••••••• ti t B£ r e E £' c I 1* * J J PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27, 1931. KILL ROOTS LIKE THAT! (Continued From Page 1 end runs and line plunges Mcr- rell. half, also contributed to the Westerners' glory. Bundle* Show Flfhl In the matter of first downs. Lub-1 bock made ten, Amarillo eight. Six! of Lubbock's first downs came in the first quarter, Amarillo kicking thej first five times they got the ball on I the first down. The first Amarillo line play lost j three yards and the next gained the touchdown by Enochs. It was thej first time this year that Enochs took' the ball over the weak side ol' the line and the play completely took the Westerners by surprise. Beth Lubbock and Amarillo em- ployed the Warner double w ing buck system to good advantage, although Lubbock finally resorted to st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 November 1931

777VT1 GOOD MOR\ ING Dee Blythe humorously points out that the man who lived 30 years with a knife blade in his brain COULD be arrested for carrying concealed weapons. THE NEW PAMPA | Fastest Growing City in Texas; | Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. I m > r PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle MORNING EDITION OF THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS \ \. JT VOL. II, No. 41. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28. 1931" (FOUR PAGES) PRICE FIVE CENTS f SIX EUROPEANS KILLED WAR BORN TO ACT DIDN'T (JIVE A HANG 9 TICKETS FOR LUBBOCK TBIP MUST BE BOUGHT TODAY TOTAL OF 200 " MUST BE SOLD I 1 6 TONIGHT • 999 999 FORMER SHERIFF HELD] I f'ANNOT RUN SPECIAL UNLESS RESPONSE MADE TODAY TEAM WANTS EVERY FAN'S SUPPORT j • NEEDED TO BOOST NEW SPIRIT Pampa football fans who intend to see the Harvesters meet the Lubbock Westerners for the sec- | ond time this year cannot wait until Sunday to decide whether they will go on the special train being sponsor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 November 1931

V V « I > l > > > ' , ••)•••••>!• %••• ••«••••••■ • •••••• • • • • • , r? t ^ ■ - fc 0® 0 tans PAGE TWO PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1931 HARVESTERS SHOW DOGGED DETERMINATION IN PRACTICE T HOLD OF BOYS COACH PROMISED THAT HE 'WON'T BE LET DOWN AGAIN RICE OWLS FIT FOR BEARS ATTACK TODAY HOUSTON, Nov. 27. </P)—Tile Rice Institute eleven rounded out a weeK of hard practice today In prepara- tion for ;he game here with Baylor university tomorrow. It will be the Owls' last appear- ance of the season. The Institute was expected to of- fer a full strength squad tomorrow for the first time in weeks, Couch Jack Meagher's Injured charges all being ready once more. Tom Driscoll, fullback; Put Wul- luce. halfback, and John Coffee, end. will be able to go back in. That food old Harvester spirit bigke oat at the Pimpa gridiron ylSterday afternoon so impres- sively that The NEWS-POST ob- server was dumfounded. It seems that the gridders are determined to win ...

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